Cards on the Table
Publish date: 1996
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
Series: Hercule Poirot (#15)
The is the 15th book featuring Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot. The plot of Cards on the Table is Poirot investigating what person out of a suspect list of four people killed the host. Poirot comes across Mr. Shaitana after he tells him that he plans on having a dinner party with four sleuths (Poir...
Synopsis Four people are playing bridge, and in the course of the game their host, who has been sitting out, is murdered. Any of the four, given the right circumstances, might have committed the crime, for each of them is known to have committed at any rate one murder and is quite capable of committ...
This was a fun read. With lots and lots of murders. It had a great concept, brilliant writing and Hercule Poirot.
This is a Poirot mystery, and one I hadn't read before, and one from the "classic" period - 1936. A man who brags to Poirot that he collects people - specifically, people who got away with murder - hosts a dinner party that proves fatal, of four sleuths (Inspector Battle of Scotland Yard, Hercule ...
Four people who got away with murders, four sleuths, one party.The story began with Hercule Poirot’s interaction with Mr. Shaitana, with the latter invited him to a special party where four murderers who got away with their crimes were to be present. When Poirot turned up at the party, he met with M...